Finishing and Starting: A New Fellow Joins Large, Established GI Practice

…ways, including a change in bowel habits, weight loss, abdominal pain, or blood in the stool. Patients with more severe disease or who present at a younger age typically need…

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Louisville Travel Guide

…Meredith Sweeney, MD, bariatric and general surgeon with Norton Weight Management Services to become a surgeon. “I like to diagnose a problem, go in, fix it, and be done,” says…

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News – Apr 2021

…Republic Bank, Powell is responsible for commercial lending, private banking, corporate banking treasury management and credit administration. He has a BBA in finance/marketing from University of Kentucky and an MBA…

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Making the Case for Care Continuity

…prevention, obesity management is crucial because of its link to already pervasive problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease. However, promoting testing, including mammograms, bone density, and…

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Lifestyles of the Fit and Healthy

…half the practice consists of assisting physically active patients remain active. The other portion of the practice involves aggressive lifestyle management to treat patients dealing with chronic diseases such as…

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The Patient-Centered Surgeon

Farid Kehdy, MD, UofL Health surgeon who specializes in esophageal surgical procedures LOUISVILLE UofL Health surgeon Farid Kehdy, MD, brings an approach to surgical management of esophageal diseases that makes…

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Telehealth: Modeling Healthcare’s Future

…than having to adjust to a physical limitation. Physical pain inevitably manifests emotionally and vice versa. So, the concept of a fulfilling healthcare model delivered remotely through a digital screen…

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Obesity Prevention and Weight Loss a Community Effort

…with obesity adds up to an average of $1,429 more than persons of normal weight. While statistics paint a harsh picture of the consequences of obesity, there are efforts in…

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Norton Healthcare Teams Up for Cardiac Care with Athletes

…the next morning.” Invincible Youth It’s hard to tell an otherwise healthy 19-year-old who is used to high physical performance to rest, especially when they don’t have any pain or…

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